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Volunteering

 

 

 

Do you enjoy being of service in your community?  Do you love beautiful quilts?  Here is your chance to do something to help the community and see some of the most beautiful quilts in the Upper Cumberland region. It is the right time to call one of our members listed below to get your name on our list of potential volunteers. We will then contact you around the last part of August to see if you are still available and interested.

 

There are an array of jobs available, for a few hours one day to several hours over two or three days.  No experience is necessary.  

 

We need help:

 

Preparing mailings.

Distributing posters.

Accepting, registering, and recording incoming quilts.

Preparing quilts for hanging.

Hosts and greeters at several locations during the festival on Friday and Saturday at quilt  exhibits and at the vendor mall

Ride shot gun in van and assist passengers in getting in and out

Returning quilts to their owners at end of show

Van drivers

 

We also need MEN to:

 

Haul the frames out of storage and assemble them

Hang the quilts

Put signs up, remove them

Drive a shuttle van

Return things to storage after the festival

Stack chairs

 

To volunteer please contact the following person. 


 

   John Allen at (931) 252-2755      johnncookeville@charter.net

 

The Upper Cumberland Quilt Festival is the primary fund-raiser for the Algood Senior Center. Our senior citizens are a vital part of our families and community and it is our intent to ensure that we are providing them with vital programs that will enrich their lives.  Proceeds from the festival finance senior services such as Food Bank, Health Screening, Clothing Support, Family Living, and Physical Fitness programs.